Situated in the heart of North Wales is Rhuallt Country Park; an ADULTS ONLY luxury holiday park. Situated in the peaceful village of Rhuallt, in Denbighshire (North Wales) the park offers a relaxing break in beautiful surroundings; yet only minutes from the A55 expressway making it an ideal location for exploring all the wonderful sites and attractions on offer in North Wales!
The Touring Site offers 51 fully services, hard-standing ‘Super Pitches’ to suit any size caravan or motorhome. Our Luxury Static Site has it's own private access and offers guests exclusivity on a 12 month holiday license. Rhuallt Country Park is a high quality, 4* luxury caravan park that welcomes its guests with exclusivity and Welsh hospitality. On-site facilities include toilet/shower facilities, washing-up area, launderette as well as a fabulous on-site restaurant & bar. The family run park is pet friendly and numerous dog walking paths have even been created around the site to make your stay the most relaxing and enjoyable possible - even the on-site bar is dog friendly!
Dog walking Area
The National Slate Museum
Being located in the heart of North Wales, there are activities to suit everyone. Whether it be an adrenaline fulled day out in one of the areas many adventure attractions, or a visit to one of the scenic historical castles, there’s plenty to choose from in North Wales!
On the coast, check out the water-powered critters (sharks!) of SeaQuarium at Rhyl, or take trips around the coastline to Prestatyn, Abergele, Colwyn Bay and onto Wales' biggest seaside resort, Llandudno.
Snowdonia National Park is to the west of Rhuallt and is probably the most-visited area for walkers in this part of Wales, but hiking types have heaps more to pick from, like the Clwydian Range and Offa's Dyke, which has 2 walking paths situed under a miles walk from the park!
Prefer to golf? North Wales has over 60 courses, many of them steeped in history. The region is home to some world-class championship links courses, like Royal St David’s, Conwy and Nefyn & District Golf Club
The culture and history of Wales is plentiful around these parts, with a couple of castles within a few miles and several museums, heritage centres and historic houses showcasing the country's history and mining heritage.
The National Cycle Network Route 5 runs along the fairly easy miles from Rhyl to Prestatyn, but if you fancy something a bit more hair-raising, mountain biking trails like the ones at Coed Llandelga Forest are easy to get to from Rhuallt Country Park and have lanes divided by ability.
Other hair-raising days out can be had zooming along Europe's largest zipline at Zip World in the old slate mine of Penrhyn, or ride the waves at the world's first inland surf lagoon!
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The site where we stayed was exceptionally clean. Everything was set out to a standard that you didn't need assistance. The site itself was situated in a beautiful spot with amazing views, and was very quiet and relaxing.
- 14 Nov 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Park was clean and well looked after bar and restaurant was lovely and fair priced
- 13 Nov 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Matt was fab and has just started as full-time warden. He kept the place spotless and was very proud that they are installing new facilities which will have underfloor heating etc. Lovely restaurant with fab food.
- 17 Oct 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Good location, friendly staff, good pub/restaurant nearby
- 25 Sep 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Very clean and tidy site. Nice size with well spaced pitches. Good location with great views.
Delicious meals in the restaurant and very nice dog friendly bar.
- 30 Aug 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Spacious level pitches covered in well draining slate chips, easy access a short way from the North Wales expressway, pleasant views over countryside. Water tap and drain at each pitch. Medium sized site with some seasonal pitches and statics, but not overly-large or busy.
- 02 Aug 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Site is really well planned out ,good & roomy hard standings , nice and quiet. The staff I talked to were very helpful we would stay there again.
- 01 Aug 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
I enjoyed my stay. The site was well laid out with plenty of room for the caravan awning and car. The services for the caravan were ideal, I did not have a dog, but the people who did, they were well behaved. No nuisance barking.The site was clean and well kept, grass tidy, clean toilet block. Really good food,and a dram if you wished. I found it well situated for touring about with the car. I will be back.
- 18 Jul 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
very nice quiet site enjoyed the surrounding countryside serviced pitches were large and wide and well kept hard standing with grass and bushes surrounding which were all cut and well kept, while there was no club house or any kind of entertainment on site which was perfect for me ... there is a restaurant/bar next door...so if you don't feel like cooking or a drink that's an option ... I would certainly return again .
- 18 Jul 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest
Liked: We have been to this site a number of times now. I personally like the fact you receive an email with the barrier code. This makes arriving at the site a lot more flexible if, like ourselves, you travel after finishing work. The food from the restaurant next door is lovely and very filling, if a little pricey. Overall this is a good site whether you are stopping or if like ourselves using as a nightly stopover when heading into Wales
- 24 Jun 2017Rhuallt Country Park Anonymous guest